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Marking Guide Assessment task 2 – Literature review
Presentation 0 points 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 points 5 points
PRESENTATION
Structure
Presentation displayed
no clear structure and
sequence. Did not
follow the assessment
guidelines.
Moderate structure
and/or sequence of
presentation. Poorly
followed the
assessment guidelines.
Presentation required a
more clear structure/
sequence, and/or better
linking dialogue
etween information.
Presentation displayed a
clear structure and
sequence – introduction,
ody, and conclusion,
eferences Linking dialogue
provided.
Presentation displayed a
good structure and
sequence –introduction,
ody, and conclusion,
eferences Linking
dialogue provided.
Presentation
displayed excellent
structure and
sequence –
introduction, body,
and conclusion,
eferences Linking
dialogue provided.
PRESENTATION
Fluency
Format of presentation
was poor with no
fluency between,
themes or information.
Format required greater
attention to ensure the
presenter, themes or
information flowed.
Format required more
attention to ensure the
presenter, themes or
information flowed.
Format of presentation
flowed at times, themes
and information.
Format of presentation
flowed most of the
time, appropriate
themes and mostly
elevant information.
Format of
presentation flowed
at all times, with
sound themes and
elevant information.
RESEARCH
QUESTION
Not present Present but not well
defined
Present slightly
explained
Present with some
demonstration of thought
when using a PICO
approach
Present with good
demonstration of
thought when using a
PICO approach
Present with
excellent
demonstration of
thought when using a
PICO approach
CONTENT
Literature table
No understanding of
the task demonstrated.
No links or connections
made between ideas.
Information was
i
elevant and poorly
expressed.
Poor understanding of
the task demonstrated.
Links and connections
etween ideas unclear.
A lot of information was
i
elevant or poorly
expressed.
Minimal understanding
of the task
demonstrated.
Numerous links and
connections between
ideas unclear. Some
information was
i
elevant or not well
expressed.
Moderate understanding
of the topic demonstrated.
Some links and
connections between ideas
unclear. Most information
was relevant.
Substantial
understanding of the
task demonstrated.
Links and connections
etween ideas generally
clear. Information was
elevant.
Excellent
understanding of the
task demonstrated.
Links and
connections between
ideas made clear.
Information was
elevant and well
expressed.
CONTENT
Use of CASP tool
No evidence of the use
of the CASP tool
CASP tool mentioned CASP tool mentioned
and demonstrated
CASP tool used to critique
papers and scores present
in table
CASP tool critique is
demonstrated well
throughout table
CASP tool critique is
demonstrated well
and explained
CONTENT
Literature flow chart
Flow chart was absent,
did not follow the
assessment guidelines
for this task.
The flow chart was
poorly constructed, with
little evidence of a
logical sequence.
The Flow chart showed
some detail and logical
sequence.
The Flow chart showed
moderate detail and logical
sequence.
The Flow chart showed
good sound detail and
logical sequence.
The Flow chart
showed excellent
detail and logical
sequence.
CONTENT
Discussion
Findings section was
absent, did not follow
the assessment
guidelines for this task.
The findings section was
poorly constructed, with
little evidence of a
logical sequence.
The findings section
showed some detail and
logical sequence.
The Findings section
showed moderate detail
and logical sequence.
The Findings section
showed good sound
detail and logical
sequence.
The Findings section
showed excellent
detail and logical
sequence.
CONTENT
Critique
No critique of the
literature
Literature is poorly
critiqued
Some attempt at
critique of the literature
was made
The literature has been
critiqued with some
attempt at linking the
papers together
The literature has been
critiqued well with some
attempt at papers
linked together
An excellent
literature critique
with an link between
papers demonstrated
STRUCTURE
Professional Prose
Inconsistent levels of
articulation or
expression, numerous
spelling and
grammatical e
ors and
lack of
sentence/paragraph
structure makes paper
difficult to
ead/understand.
Poor level of articulation
and expression, with
sentence or paragraph
structure unclear,
and/or extensive
spelling or grammatical
e
ors.
Minimal level of
articulation and
expression, with some
sentence or paragraph
structure unclear,
and/or a considerable
number of spelling or
grammatical e
ors.
Moderate level of
articulation and
expression, with some
sentence or paragraph
structure unclear, and/or a
number of spelling or
grammatical e
ors.
Substantial level of
articulation and
expression, with clear
and concise sentence
and paragraph
structure, and minimal
spelling or grammatical
e
ors.
Excellent level of
articulation and
expression, with
clear and concise
sentence and
paragraph structure,
and no spelling or
grammatical e
ors.
REFERENCES
APA Style and
credibility
No references cited. Inco
ect APA
eferencing style for in-
text citations quotes
and/or references.
Numerous e
ors noted
in APA referencing of in-
text citations, quotes or
eferences. Some
eferences are NOT
eputable, cu
ent,
extensive or relevant.
A couple of e
ors noted in
APA referencing of in-text
citations, quotes or
eferences. A number of
eferences are reputable,
cu
ent, extensive and
elevant
In-text citations and
quotes and referencing
are in APA style of a
sound quality. Most
eferences are
eputable, cu
ent,
extensive and relevant
All in-text citations,
quotes and
eferences are in APA
style of a very high
quality. All
eferences are
eputable, cu
ent,
extensive and
elevant.

Assessment task 2 - Literature Review

In this assessment task students are instructed to conduct a review of the literature using a
systematic approach. There will be three sections to this assessment task, creation of a flow
chart that represents how the literature search was conducted including the inclusion / exclusion
criteria, the final selected papers represented in a table format highlighting the following
aspects; autho
yea
country, methodology, participants, key findings, and a detailed description
of the key findings of the selected papers. Word limit is 2000 words.

Purpose​: To develop and demonstrate skills related to reviewing nursing literature using a
systematic approach.
Description​: Students will be instructed to choose a research topic of interest and conduct a
eview of the literature. Students are required to complete a written piece of work with the
following headings: Search strategy, Table 1 Flow chart of literature search, Table 2 Selected
literature Summary, Key findings, Reference list (refer to Moodle for a description of each
section of this assessment task).
Marking Criteria: ​Refer to Appendix I for specific details required for successful completion of
task.
Weighting​: 50%
Time Allocation:​ Approximately 10 hours

This assessment task has​ ​3 sections​:​ ​1. creation of a Flow chart​ that represents how 
the literature search was conducted including the inclusion / exclusion criteria,   
2. Table​: the final selected papers represented in a table format highlighting the 
following aspects; autho
yea
country, methodology, participants, key findings, CASP 
score of that particular article also can be included in your table 
And ​3. Discussion section​ ​outlining the findings of the literature review. Word limit is 
2000 words. Please click the below link for additional information on literature review in 
nursing and examples. 
https:
libguides.federation.edu.au/c.php?g=477028&p=3261417 
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Literature Review Part A: 
Introduction  
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libguides.federation.edu.au/nursing
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In quantitative research many researchers frame the research question using a PICO 
approach (He
ert et al 2005) however I find that this technique can be applied to both 
quantitative and qualitative research studies and is often a great place to start with 
formulating what it is your interested in studying.   
PICO stands for the following terms  
P - population (being studied)  
I - Intervention  
C - Comparison intervention  
O - Outcome (or outcome measures)  
For some of you this technique will be familiar you may have covered this in your first 
year research course, that's great for others it may be all new and a little confusing. 
 
3. Key search terms 
Introduction  
Its now time to use that PICO research question to write down your key search terms. 
Lets use an example to help demonstrate the process that is required to conduct a 
literature review.  
The research question is "Do nurses routinely wash their hands in-between patients 
using universal precautions" 
P - Nurses  
I - Hand washing 
C - in-between patients 
O - Universal precautions 
Data bases 
There are a number of data bases in which to search for relevant literature, its important 
to choose the data base which will yield the most literature hits. Please note that Google 
Scholar is a search engine not a data base. Google scholar is a very useful tool and 
especially when its difficult to get the papers off a data base often you can find a copy 
of the paper you are looking for on Google scholar. However you need to use an official 
data base for this assessment task.  
The two most popular and useful databases for nursing / medical literature is MEDLINE 
and CINHAL. When going to the li
ary website you will note that both data bases have 
the same template with the title of the data base at the top  
Please note than when choosing the data base it will appear as  
MEDLINE (EBSCO) and CINHAL Complete, there are other options but use these titles 
to find the right data base.  
Key search terms  
Lets consider our research question, and the terms that are within the PICO statement
Answered Same Day Aug 09, 2021 Federation University Australia

Solution

Poulami answered on Aug 18 2021
158 Votes
Literature Review
Contents
LITERATURE SURVEY    3
Research question    3
Section 1    3
Inclusion criteria:    3
Exclusion criteria:    3
Section 2    3
Section 3    7
Discussion    7
References    9
LITERATURE SURVEY
Research question
How much is it necessary for the nurses to wash their hands in between patient handling with universal precautions?
Section 1
Flow chart for inclusion and exclusion criteria
Inclusion criteria:
· A literature survey was done to select published articles within the year 2010-2020
· Original research articles were selected
· Articles were written in English
· Articles were based on nursing care
· Articles were published in healthcare-related journals
· All of the articles were published in peer-reviewed journals
Exclusion criteria:
· Articles published other than peer-reviewed journals
· Accepted articles that were yet to be published
· Articles dedicated to a small community, not for a
oad spectrum
· Articles demonstrating research conducted in various settings
Section 2
Table for selected articles
    Autho
Yea
Country
    Methodology
    Sample size/Participants
    Data collection procedure
    Analysis
    Limitations
    Key findings
    1. Ian M. Broussard1; Chadi I. Kahwaji2, 2020, California
(Broussard IM, Kahwaji CI. Universal Precautions. [Updated 2020 Jul 26]. In: StatPearls [Internet]. Treasure Island (FL): StatPearls Publishing; 2020 Jan-. Available from https:
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
ooks/NBK470223/)
    Universal precautions have been introduced by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in the year 1985. It was created especially to boost up immunity against human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Universal precautions pose a standard guideline for the nursing professionals on how to wash hands while dealing with patients having an infection in their fluid or bloodstream. Standard precautions that were applied for all of the patients were protection against blood, body fluid, secretion, mucous mem
ane, sweat, skin, and others.
    A large population was selected with patients having ai
orne diseases, droplet infection, and contact precautions. The diseases that were encountered within the study were aspergillosis, measles, herpes, severe acute respiratory distress syndrome, monkeypox, smallpox, tuberculosis, and others. In every segment of the disease, there was a large number of population.
    The data collection procedure involved a literature survey by using different databases. Contacts were made between hospital staff, nurses, family members of the patients to gather knowledge on the infection spread, and nursing care.
    Data were collected from the patients' records. The data analysis was conducted with the help of software. ANOVA was used. The test of significance was measured.
    The less infectious disease exhibited equal results with that of more infectious diseases.
CASP score-6
    Nursing professionals require more frequent hand washes and should maintain other related hygiene while handling infectious diseases.
    2. Steven Douedi1; Hani Douedi2, Philadelphia, 2020
(Douedi S, Douedi H. Precautions, Bloodborne, Contact, and Droplet. [Updated 2020 Jul 10]. In: StatPearls [Internet]. Treasure Island (FL): StatPearls Publishing; 2020 Jan-. Available from: https:
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
ooks/NBK551555
    The centers for disease control (CDC) is the regulating body for disease control. The precautionary measures need to be taken by the team members of the healthcare system. Hygiene was monitored during the injection and handling of other patient-related samples. The samples were disposable wastes. Cleaning of supplies was also included in the methodology.
    A large population was selected with patients having blood-borne diseases. the samples were studied based on droplet precautions, ai
orne precautions, and sterilization of equipment.
    The data collection procedure involved a literature survey by using different databases. Contacts were made between hospital staff, nurses, family members of the patients to gather knowledge on the infection spread, and nursing care.
    Data were collected from the patients' records. The data analysis was conducted with the help of software. ANOVA was used. The test of significance was measured.
    Despite a thorough protocol provided by CDC, the safety rules were frequently
oken. The nursing professionals gathered little knowledge on how to sterilize the needles or other equipment by maintaining the protocol thoroughly.
CASP score-7
    The clinical guidance should be provided for the nurses so that they can gather more knowledge on the protocols of sterilization of hands as well as other equipment including a syringe.
    3. Purva Mathur, 2011, India
(Mathur P. (2011). Hand hygiene: back to the basics of infection control. The Indian journal of medical research, 134(5), 611–620. https:
doi.org/10.4103/0971-5916.90985)
    Healthcare-associated infections have drawn increasing curiosity due to the magnitude of the terms mo
idity and mortality. The spread of multi-drug resistant strains of bacteria and increased virulence of viruses demanded delicate nursing care for admitted patients. Implementation policies were studied after gathering from safety programs organized for the prevention of basic infection spread.
    The sample size was large. All of the individual data was gathered from all of the policies undertaken by safety programs. All of the individualized data were given equal priority while studying the results.
    Data were collected from specific databases that were prepared to enter patients' histories. The data were segmented into various columns like hand hygiene, patent compliance, hand hygiene agents, and others.
    Data were analyzed by statistical software. Data were subjected to multivariate analysis. t-test was done to check for significance. PCA, PLS-DA, and OPLS-DA models were draws to verify the cluttering of data.
    The article provided all of the necessary...
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